“The Deadline is the Deadline” policy is a good idea

Schools today are now introducing the new policy “the deadline is the deadline”. This essay shall explain why “the deadline is the deadline” a good idea in schools today. It will include the consequences and disadvantages if you don’t follow this policy, with the benefits of following the policy too. This essay shall also include why teachers in our schools today choose to follow “the deadline is he deadline” policy. The benefits off following ‘the deadline is the deadline” policy is that when you go up to grade 11 o 12 the teachers will be more strict about this policy, and wouldn’t give you extensions for “accidently” leaving it at home or “loosing” your USB. It will help you later on in life when you get a job. It supports students to take responsibility. And this policy would also help later on in life when you’re in university. The disadvantages and consequences of the policy “ the deadline is the deadline” are that if you get so used to not completing or handing assignments or work in or time, in the future when you get jobs it would be hard for you to hand it in on time.

And if you don’t do the work, you might as well go looking for another job. Another disadvantage is that, by not handing in assignments it can take your grade down. Teachers today in our schools follow the policy “the deadline is the deadline” because if the teachers didn’t support the policy some students that hadn’t finished or handed it up may use pathetic excuses to get extensions. They also follow the policy as it encourages students to participate in the learning process, it supports students to take responsibility in their learning and it also supports students to develop time management skills. People today agree that “the deadline is the deadline” policy is a good idea, and I agree. It is a brilliant way to help students develop time management skills and to pass school, which means they would get a better chance of getting in to university or to get a good job. Students make up stupid excuses for not handing it in, which is not going to help. The deadline is the deadline and if you have trouble with handing it in on time, doing thirty minutes to an hour a night wouldn’t hurt.

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